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Are Human Rights Violations Behind the AIDS Epidemic in the South?
Denying people access can increase their risk for HIV....


Health Hero: Empowering Black Women to Talk About Safe Sex and Stigma
Luvvie Ajayi’s Red Pump Project reminds us that HIV is 100 percent preventable....


Commentary: What Is Worsening the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Black America?
Why are Blacks so highly impacted by HIV and AIDS compared to whites?...


Don’t Miss the Powerful Film Endgame: AIDS in Black America Tonight, July 10
Endgame: AIDS in Black America, written and directed by Renata Simone, takes a look at the epidemic...


Can PrEP End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Black America?
Recent studies have found that HIV-negative people who take anti-retrovirals can reduce their chanc...


Newly Diagnosed HIV Cases Down in Washington D.C., But Epidemic Still Persists
Chocolate City's health department releases a new report that finds few ups and more downs when it ...


UN says AIDS epidemic slows, infections dropping
The global AIDS epidemic has slowed with a 20 percent decrease in new HIV infections over the past ...


3 big developments make AIDS outlook more hopeful
In the nearly 30 years the AIDS epidemic has raged | there has never been a more hopeful day than t...


Silence, Myths Fuel Black AIDS Epidemic
Updated Nov. 23, 2007 – When AIDS was whispered about as a new illness sweeping through the gay com...


Feb. 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans are the racial population most impacted by HIV/AIDS....


Commentary: Fighting to Be Free From HIV/AIDS
Rep. Charles Rangel urges African-Americans to get educated, tested, treated and involved in the ba...


News| HIVAIDS | Is AIDS in America Now a Black Disease?
Posted June 5, 2006 – How did AIDS go from a strange illness discovered among five White gay patien...


News| HIVAIDS | The Global Face of AIDS: Women Dying At Alarming Rate
Posted June 9, 2006 – When she was 19 years old, Inviolata Mwali Mmbwavi discovered she had AIDS. H...


Report: Black America Loses In Competition for HIV Help
Posted July 30, 2008 – If Black America were a country, it would rank 16th in the world in the numb...


Author E. Lynn Harris Stands Up to AIDS in Black America
Author E. Lynn Harris stands up for the fight against AIDS in Black America...


QandA With Kevin Fenton and Hydeia Broadbent on Young People and HIV
The CDC is encouraging young African Americans to talk openly about HIV....


WHO: 5.2 million people on AIDS drugs in 2009
WHO: 5.2 million people on AIDS drugs in 2009...


In Rare Move, Uganda Leader Publicly Tests for HIV
Uganda's president tested for HIV in public on Friday to encourage millions of untested people to c...


Commentary: 5 Lessons From Africa About Fighting AIDS
Africa hasn't done everything right, but America should take note of these strategies....


Rihanna Chats About HIV Initiative With MAC and Impact on Youth
The singer urges youth to protect themselves and be more responsible....

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